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Small change makes a big difference for ion channels
Date:6/2/2011

rue for the entire superfamily of nicotinic-type receptors. Next, they plan to use the patch-clamp technique to further investigate the amino acids neighboring the lysine or arginine to gain a greater understanding of how this class of proteins regulates inhibition and excitation.

"This approach has opened a window and we can start understanding things that were intractable until now," said Grosman. "This is important because it brings us closer to what the protein actually looks like if we want to understand how it works."


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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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